While Lasik can significantly improve the eyesight of people suffering from nearsightedness or farsightedness, this procedure is not appropriate for everyone. In particular, Lasik surgery is generally not recommended for people with diabetes. Here are two reasons why and what you can do to overcome these issues. Fluctuating Eye Sight One of the main reasons why an eye doctor may be hesitant to perform Lasik eye surgery on a diabetic patient is because that person's eyesight will fluctuate based on what's happening with their blood sugar level.
13 March 2017
Blurred vision can have a big impact on how well you are able to perform in college. You must be able to see the blackboards and projector screens when the instructors are explaining important information. Blurred vision is usually a sign that you are in need of wearing eyeglasses, but it can point to other medical conditions as well. There are other signs that you can look for that can occur when eyeglasses are needed as well.
17 February 2017
Switching from eyeglasses to contact lenses is not always an easy task. If you recently made the switch and are having discomfort in your eyes, you may want to go back to your eye doctor's office to find out why this is happening. There are numerous possibilities of what might be causing your discomfort, and your eye doctor will help you determine what the problem is. Types of Discomfort Contacts are foreign objects placed in the eyes, and there are times when the eyes can reject these small, clear objects.
25 November 2014